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Stalagmite

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Stalagmite
Stalagmite.png
Tool Required
Pickaxe.png Opulent Pickaxe.png PickSlashAxe.png
Resources
Rocks.png Flint.png Gold Nugget.png Blue Gem.png Red Gem.png Fossils.png
Renewable?
No
"stalagmite_full"
"stalagmite_med"
"stalagmite_low"

Tall Stalagmite
StalagmiteTall.png
Tool Required
Pickaxe.png Opulent Pickaxe.png PickSlashAxe.png
Resources
Rocks.png Flint.png Gold Nugget.png Log.png Red Gem.png Fossils.png
Renewable?
No
"stalagmite_tall_full"
"stalagmite_tall_med"
"stalagmite_tall_low"

Wilson Portrait.png
Looks like a rock to me.

Wilson

Willow Portrait.png
Rocks are boring.

Willow

Wolfgang Portrait.png
Is pointy.

Wolfgang

Wendy Portrait.png
The earth gives up its bounty.

Wendy

WX-78 Portrait.png
ROCKS CONTAINING ROCKS

WX-78

Wickerbottom Portrait.png
A strange rock formation.

Wickerbottom

Woodie Portrait.png
I'm not too interested in rocks.

Woodie

Waxwell Portrait.png
Rocks. How dull.

Maxwell

Wigfrid Portrait.png
A cave böulder.

Wigfrid

Webber Portrait.png
Rocks underground?! Shocking.

Webber

Walani Portrait.png
A pretty cool rock.

Walani

Warly Portrait.png
I always get you upside down with stalactites...

Warly

Woodlegs Portrait.png
Me likes rocks whar I can see'em.

Woodlegs

A Stalagmite is the Underground equivalent of a Boulder. It can be mined using either a Pickaxe, Opulent Pickaxe, or Pick/Axe. Stalagmites drop various minerals when mined.

Both regular and Tall Stalagmites can be found in 3 different states: full, medium, and low. Each type (and state) has a different loot table.

Stalagmite Tall Stalagmite
Full Full
Stalagmite.png
StalagmiteTall.png
  • Rocks.png×3
  • Flint.png×1.6 (1 + 60% to get 1 extra)
  • Gold Nugget.png×1.25 (1 + 25% to get 1 extra)
  • Blue Gem.png×0.05
  • Red Gem.png×0.05
  • Fossils.png×0.1 (Don't Starve Together icon.png)
  • Rocks.png×2
  • Flint.png×1.6 (1 + 60% to get 1 extra)
  • Gold Nugget.png×1.25 (1 + 25% to get 1 extra)
  • Red Gem.png×0.05
  • Log.png×0.05
  • Fossils.png×0.1 (Don't Starve Together icon.png)
Medium Medium
Stalagmite Medium.png
Stalagmite Tall Med.png
  • Rocks.png×2
  • Flint.png×1.6 (1 + 60% to get 1 extra)
  • Gold Nugget.png×0.5
  • Fossils.png×0.1 (Don't Starve Together icon.png)
  • Rocks.png×2
  • Flint.png×1.6 (1 + 60% to get 1 extra)
  • Gold Nugget.png×0.15
  • Fossils.png×0.1 (Don't Starve Together icon.png)
Low Low
Stalagmite Low.png
Stalagmite Tall Low.png
  • Rocks.png×1
  • Flint.png×1.3 (1 + 30% to get 1 extra)
  • Gold Nugget.png×0.25
  • Fossils.png×0.1 (Don't Starve Together icon.png)
  • Rocks.png×1
  • Flint.png×1.3 (1 + 30% to get 1 extra)
  • Gold Nugget.png×0.15
  • Fossils.png×0.1 (Don't Starve Together icon.png)

Placeholder.png Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Even though a Stalagmite will appear to be reduced to a lower state as it is mined, it will retain the loot table of its starting state.
  • Rock Lobsters will randomly eat Stalagmites, reducing them by 1 state (e.g. from "full" to "medium"). They won't eat more than 1 time from the Stalagmite
  • The fact that tall stalagmites can drop Logs suggests they may be petrified trees.

Blueprint.png Gallery[edit | edit source]